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Nov 1, 2012 6:00am PDT
♪] >> stephanie: ahhhhh. you are absolutely right. >> 9/11 in 2001 was election day in new york city and los angeles. you have to take every opportunity, when your state or locality says would you like to register permanently to vote by mail, you know what give us the joy of voting in one of those custody old booths just to make sure your vote will be counted. >> stephanie: yep. by the way i heard somebody say yesterday, it's amazing that -- not the storm is the october surprise but chris christie. right? this is fairly extraordinary isn't it? the keynote speaker for the rnc -- >> i don't know if you have been reading all of the tweets from his loyal admirers his name is persona non grata. it's been funny everybody is saying, this is all about 2016 yeah, if you are trying to take the huntsman approach to 2016. this is just good politics. >> stephanie: exactly. i'm rearing the story, hurricane sandy is throwing mitt romney under the bus. he put his situation ahead of his constituents. >> yeah. you have that on our side and then on the republican side you have mitt romne
Nov 6, 2012 6:00am PST
in your place in new york city. >> caller: we did in june. >> stephanie: did ordinary people get to go to your amount? >> caller: something very smart the campaign did is they opened up the opportunity which, you know was wonderful and really was the cherry on the sundae for me was to meet these extraordinary women who won the sweepstakes to come. they are wonderful and have important lives and are doing important things. it was wonderful to meet them. to sit next to the first lady was a real privilege and have the president speak in our home with my son gazing at him was a memory i will never forget. i love meeting our winners. >> stephanie: did they ask to see your shoe closet first or what was the first order? >> caller: you know curiously enough nobody was interested in my closet. the first lady eclipsed my closet, which i'm happy to report. >> stephanie: you've been political for a while though. it just seems like everybody says i did every time, this is the most important election in our lifetime, but honestly, no this one does feel like it doesn't it? >> caller: yeah, i have bee
Nov 5, 2012 6:00am PST
noted the night after this epic, once in a century storm floods fox news's hometown of new york city. sean hannity goes on for an hour and talks about benghazi. most disgraceful thing i've ever seen. >> stephanie: when he saw how how this played out politically for the president, it he decided it is an outrage. >> did you see the rupert murdoch's "new york post" yesterday? the editorial saying to chris christie you better -- you have to politicize hurricane sandy or else. republican party will never forgive you. if you don't start talking it up -- mitt romney in terms of the context of the storm. just amazing. >> stephanie: sarah palin on hannity. >> quite a shame that you know, obama got what he wanted out of that and that was the photo op with republican governor so that he and the mainstream media could kind of fake that bipartisanship that in no way shape or form does president obama represent. >> stephanie: wow. >> unfortunate they work together to help solve the problem. >> it goes back to this "new yor
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